Join us on 24 June 2016 at the Royal Society of Arts in London for a showcase of findings from CREATe’s research programme. You will participate in policy debates and expert panels that explore the future of the creative economy, the interface of digital innovation and legal regulation, and in particular the role of copyright law. You can take part in a behavioural experiment, attend a workshop on fashion IP, learn more about art forgery, or interact with fellow online video creators in a meet-up. There will also be an award of a hackathon prize as well as the launch of CREATe’s very own tartan!
The Festival has partnered with London Technology Week, a festival of events taking place throughout London that celebrates and connects innovators from leading R&D centres, tech businesses, universities and specialist hubs.
Access the programme here and book your place now. Join the conversation using #createfest16 and #LDNTechWeek.[UPDATE 13 June. We are now fully booked but will aim to release a few additional places closer to the day. Please add your name to the waiting list if you wish to be considered.]
Find out more about CREATe’s projects that support individual creators and creative businesses, including the Voices project, copyrightuser.org and the copyright evidence wiki. If you are interested in joining the MSc@CREATe, an online executive Masters programme in IP, Innovation and the Creative Economy, you can meet with the teaching team in person.